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Empire BT-4 Slice G36 Elite Paintball Marker

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Average: 4.4 (7 votes)
Overall Rating:
88.6%
4.42857
Average: 4.42857 of 5 (7 vote)
Retail Price:
$349.95
Product information: 

Heckler & Koch (H&K) make some of the coolest gear used in real-life militaries.  Empire Battle Tested has once again brought an H&K model to the paintball field with the BT-4 Slice G36 Elite.  We bolted a side-mounted Rip Clip loader, a fast-firing electronic grip frame and the deadly Apex2 barrel onto a paintball marker modelled after the H&K G36.  This is a scenario player's dream; authentic styling, ease of maintenance, force-feed loader, adjustable trajectory barrel and a variable mode grip frame- what else could you want!?!  Hit the woods with the Empire BT G36 Elite in your hands and you'll send all the opposition to the dead box.

Features:

  • Authentic H&K G36 styling
  • Slice hinged body system opens for easy maintenance
  • Tool-less field stripping
  • Folding stock, perfect for Close Quarters Battle
  • Top Picatinny rail for carry or accessories
  • T-Handle cocking action
  • Apex2 Barrel
    - Creates ball spin to curve shots onto impossible targets
    - Adjustable ramp switch controls the level of spin
  • Rip Clip Paintball Loader
    - Side mounting does not interfere with your aim
    - Sound activated force-feed loader
    - 3 Adjustable Speed and Sound Settings
    - Holds 200+ paintballs
  •  Electronic Grip Frame

    - Multiple Firing Modes: Semi-Auto, 3-round Burst, Full-Auto
    - Aluminum double trigger

 

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This is not a toy. Misuse may cause serious injury or death. Eye protection designed specifically for paintball must be worn by the user and persons within range.
California Residents: This product may be mistaken for a firearm by law enforcement officers or others. Altering the color of the product or brandishing the product in public may be dangerous and may be considered a crime.
We cannot ship this product to addresses outside of the United States or to any address in New York City.

Product Reviews

6 Reviews of Empire BT-4 Slice G36 Elite Paintball Marker

Anonymous says:
Tue, 02/26/2013 - 17:12
5
Average: 5 (1 vote)
david
schuessler
great job empire this gun looks deadly i cant wait to get this marker as my first paintball gun.
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Anonymous says:
Wed, 03/06/2013 - 12:44
5
Average: 5 (1 vote)
Guyver
Cage
great looking g36. price seem fair for $350 with egrip and rip clip. already got one on preorder. please come out with more body kit like p90,aug,famas etc. big fan of bt
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Anonymous says:
Mon, 10/28/2013 - 13:46
4
Average: 4 (1 vote)
Matt
Stuart
Great marker, the only problem that I find with it is if you get a break the guns accuracy plummets. I used this marker 2 weekends in a row in two day events. It worked wonderfully. The first weekend I used it I quickly learned that if you are planning on a long day of woodsball you will want a hose and a pack to hold your tank, the marker gets very heavy if it has the tank attached directly to the marker. Another minor problem I noticed was more of a design flaw in the look and doesn't effect the efficiency of the marker in the least. This problem however is somewhat annoying but easy to fix. When the bottom fore-grip was designed to go on the picatinny rail on the bottom. They decided to use a screw inserted horizontally to attach the grip. what they didn't realize is that this caused the metal screw to carve tracks into the plastic rail causing the grip to be easily pulled off if given to much pressure. again this issue does not effect the markers performance at all just the look of the marker. The third problem I discovered is that I was mistaking one of the bolts used to keep the marker together as the safety. This is probably because I have somewhat large hands and I think that for someone with normal sized hands it wont be a problem. I will also say that I never pushed the bolt all the way out so it wasn't a big deal. Forth issue, the marker is somewhat difficult to disassemble for cleaning but with practice and a little oil I am sure that it will be easier in the future. Last issue, on the second weekend I finally broke a ball. I blame the break on myself for the most part because I forgot to turn the airflow back on, on my hose. this caused the ball to fall out of place in the chamber and break on my next shot. this lead to the biggest problem I experienced, the markers accuracy died, because of the paint in the barrel and the marker itself it ruined the accuracy, now I didn't strip it all the way down when this happened I just swabbed the barrel but even after I cleaned the barrel the gun was still shooting all over the place, and was having trouble hitting a large cement tube about 20 feet away. that was the last problem that I can remember and that was the worst problem and can be easily fixed with a good cleaning. Other then those issues stated I think the marker is fantastic it looks cool, its fun to use and when clean and working at 100% you can hit a target at a pretty good distance pretty consistently I am sure with a barrel kit it would be a terror on the field. The only reason I give this a 4/5 is because of how poorly the markers accuracy is after a break (which is a very rare instance)
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Anonymous says:
Tue, 02/04/2014 - 12:27
4
Average: 4 (1 vote)
Tyler
Miller
its a great marker but its heavy
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Anonymous says:
Thu, 02/06/2014 - 07:01
5
Average: 5 (1 vote)
Kevin
Santiago
I bought this gun last summer, its awesome. I setted up a sniper SG36, with a scope and red dot (hybrid), bipod, buyed the RIP Clip apart and thats it, its a monster, taking out players at 500ft with GI paint. However, Im still looking for a longer Apex barrel, wich has me confused now. NOTICE THAT THE STOCK APEX2 BARREL, THE ONE THAT COMES WITH THE GUN, HAS A SCREW FUNCTION FOR THE SHROUD. THE BARREL HOLDS THE SHROUD, AND IF YOU TAKE A LOOK AT THE THREAD, IT HAS A HALF INCH SPACE, THREAD, HALF INCH SPACE THAT ENDS ON THE MARKER'S TUBE. ANY ONE KNOWS IF THE APEX2 18" BARREL HAS THAT 1/2" SPACE? OR IF THAT BARREL HOLDS THE G36's SHROUD? THANK YOU
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Anonymous says:
Sat, 03/29/2014 - 18:24
4
Average: 4 (1 vote)
Abel
Hernandez
This was my first gun I like it a lot, you will need a remote line to use the stock and after an hour of play it gets heavy, overall this gun is awesome.
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